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    Mirabilia Network of Unesco Sites

    Mirabilia supports Italy and shows its excellence to a national and international audience: to do so, it harmonizes the peculiarities of different territories, enhances their potential and thus creates a surplus value compared to an increasingly demanding and targeted request.

    The Chambers of Commerce participating in the network represent a complex and multifaceted universe with unique geographical areas of their kind, each of which can be a point of reference for culture, food and wine, craftsmanship and technological innovation. The association responds promptly to the new concept of travel, aimed increasingly towards mature and responsible choices, strong in the value of tradition and oriented to the future and its upcoming novelties.

    Dolomites / Pordenone – Udine

    Unesco site since 2009

    Historical Theatres of the Marche

    Unesco nomination in 2021

    Mount Etna

    Unesco site since 2013

    The ancient beech forest of Umbria

    Unesco site since 2017

    The Sanctuary of San Michele Arcangelo

    Unesco site since 2011

    Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps

    Unesco site since 2011


    Unesco site since 2017

    Lombard Temple of Cividale del Friuli

    Unesco site since 2011

    Archaeological Area and the Patriarchal Basilica of Aquileia

    Unesco site since 1998

    The Via Francigena

    Unesco nomination in 2017

    The Feast of the candlesticks

    Unesco intangible heritage since 2013

    MAB Collemeluccio Reserve – Montedimezzo Alto Molise

    Unesco MAB area since 1997

    Aeolian Islands

    Unesco site since 2000

    Porto Venere, Cinque Terre and the Islands

    Unesco site since 1997

    Mount Grappa and Biosphere Reserve

    Unesco Site since 2021

    Dolomites / Treviso – Belluno

    Unesco site since 2009

    Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto

    Unesco site since 1996

    Prosecco hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene

    Unesco site since 2019

    Collio – Brda

    Unesco nomination in 2016

    The Miramare Biosphere Reserve

    Unesco MAB area since 1979

    The Sila Biosphere Reserve

    Unesco MAB area since 2014

    Tracks and civilizations of transhumance

    Unesco site since 2019

    Syracuse and the necropolis of Pantalica

    Unesco Site since 2005

    The late baroque Towns of Val di Noto

    Unesco site since 2002

    Peschiera del Garda

    Unesco site since 2017

    The city of Verona

    Unesco site since 2002

    The Basilica of San Salvatore in Spoleto

    Unesco site since 2011

    The small Temple of the Clitunno in Campello

    Unesco site since 2011

    The Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi

    Unesco site since 2000

    The frescoed cycles of the fourteenth century in Padua

    Unesco site since 2021

    The “Strade Nuove” and the system of the “Palazzi dei Rolli”

    Unesco site since 2006

    Royal Palace of Caserta with the Park, the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli, and the San Leucio Complex

    Unesco site since 1997

    Pollino National Park

    Unesco Site since 2016

    The monumental complex of Santa Sofia in Benevento

    Unesco site since 2011

    The Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera

    Unesco site since 1993

    Castel del Monte

    Unesco site since 1996

    The “Trulli” of Alberobello

    Unesco site since 1996

    The Botanical Garden of Padua

    Unesco site since 1997

    Historical Centre of Urbino

    Unesco site since 1998

    La Faggeta vetusta di Cozzo Ferriero

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    The Mirabilia Network Association aims to promote the territories and paths in the UNESCO World Heritage sites supported by the Chambers of Commerce of:

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